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What do you do to improve a service with over 50 million active users? Why, totally revamp it of course. It sounds crazy, but thats exactly what TuneIn, an audio service that lets you listen to podcasts and radio stations from around the world, did. Before, TuneIn was more like a directory with a search […]

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Today, Zscaler identified yet another mass website compromise, this one impacting a number of popular media sites, including two radio stations in Washington, DC – Federal News Radio and WTOP. It’s not clear if all of the sites impacted were leveraging a common backend platform that may have led to the compromise. Sadly, mass compromises […]

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TeaMp0ison (the hacker group responsible for defacing RIM’s BlackBerry blog back on August 9th) and members of Anonymous are set to release a music track today at 4:12 PM, British time, and are daring the music industry to censor it. The group is making #OpCensorThis available via iTunes and YouTube. It’s taken a while for […]

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